The biggest Irish news stories from the last 24 hours

The biggest Irish news stories from the last 24 hours

EVERY evening The Irish Post rounds up the biggest Irish headlines over the last 24 hours to keep you in the know. Here’s what happened today…

Mystery continues

The family of Irishman John Nolan, 70, who was found ablaze on a north London street last Sunday, say they believe the incident may have been a terrible accident. Click here for more

Primary school tragedy

Tributes have been paid to a young Irish girl, 10, after her sudden death at school on Wednesday night. Click here for more


Charred body

The alleged former partner of an Irish popstar is one of two people charged with murder who appeared in court in London today following the discovery of body which was too badly burned to establish the gender and age, Metropolitan Police said. Click here for more

PM's Irish promise

'We owe Ireland' – Theresa May has promised to protect the Good Friday Agreement and Common Travel Area in a speech to EU leaders in Florence. Click here for more

Trevor Deely

The woodland search for 22-year-old Irishman Trevor Deely, who went missing 17 years ago, has concluded with no further evidence. Click here for more

Bomb squad evacuation


A number of houses were evacuated after a ‘suspect device’ was thrown through the window of a house in southern Ireland this morning. Click here for more

Irish in Britain's true figures

The number of Irish-born people living in the UK is almost 100,000 higher than Ireland’s British-born population, new Brexit-related analysis shows. An official study by the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveals figures relating to the Irish in Britain. Click here for more

Your very own Irish isle

West Skeam Island – an idyllic, one-of-a-kind getaway - is now on the market in Ireland, could it be yours? Click here for more